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Fellow of the Institution of Analysts and Programmers

Modus Solutions & Consultancy is run by John Dear. For over 20 years John was a director of a successful computer company which had customers across Southern England and the Republic of Ireland, providing a wide range of customised and off-the-shelf software as well as specialist support.

John is a Fellow of the Institution of Analysts and Programmers; and is also part of a team advising the Institution on professional standards. Being a fellow also provides him with opportunities to share his knowledge and ideas on creating efficient and cost effective IT departments that can keep up with ever changing technologies.

He also acts as an Independent Examiner for charities who have an annual turnover of under £250,000.

Away from computers, John is a trustee of a registered charity and involved in all the aspects involved in running the charity. He was one of the founding directors of Eastleigh Town Centre Partnership Ltd. The purpose of which was working closely with the borough council to promote the town centre and give a collective voice on behalf of local shops and businesses.

John started his career as a qualified motor vehicle technician and maintains a strong interest in the motor industry.

“John gives a first class service, always very polite and obliging”

Norman Edwards

“John proved to be professional and knowledgeable, with an in depth knowledge and understanding of the incoming business”

Trevor Willson

“He has always proved to be professional, reliable, and very knowledgeable. We would have no hesitation in recommending his services to other organisations”

Mike Roberts

“He went over and above the call of duty so that we could maintain our busy practice without inconveniencing patients. Furthermore John worked to a timetable that was appropriate to us”

Gentle Dental Care

“Has always given great support when we need it. Very quick to understand what we wanted from the start and very fast working too”

Lee Smith